On the east bank of the Río Uruguay, connected to Colón, Argentina by the Puente Internacional General Artigas, Uruguay’s third-largest city is just a stopover for most travelers en route to or from Argentina. The activity is on Plaza Constitución, six blocks north of the bus terminal.Founded as a mid-18th-century outpost of cattle herders from the Jesuit mission at Yapeyú (in present-day Argentina), Paysandú...
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